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Become an Advocate

Are you keen to support efforts to achieve global health equity and end global poverty, but don't know where to start?

Across Australia there are people just like you who care about people living in poverty. They volunteer with Results as a Volunteer Advocate and take strategic action to advocate for a more equitable world.

You may feel like achieving health equity and ending poverty in low and middle income countries is too big a problem to fix - but is it? We have many of the solutions to improve health, nutrition and education and provide opportunities for people everywhere to thrive. What's lacking is the political will to improve policies and create and fund programs for a fairer world.

Results Volunteer Advocates use their voice to generate the political will to end poverty.

Results engages with decision-makers to build awareness of proven, cost-effective solutions to advance global health and end extreme poverty around the world. We engage with members of parliament from all sides of politics and work with government officials and key leaders in development institutions. We train everyday people in our grassroots network to be confident Volunteer Advocates, and call for specific action from the Australia’s Federal Government. Most of our campaigns focus on MPs and building the political will to end global poverty in Canberra. At Results, we provide resources and opportunities for our volunteers to make the case for global health in the media and community as well. 

Our advocacy program - at a glance


MP communications:

  • Build a positive relationship with your Federal MP by maintaining regular written contact at 6 key points during the year (3 greeting cards provided by Results and 3 emails)

Writing for advocacy:

  • Amplify Results' advocacy messages through traditional media, social media and blogs

MP engagement campaigns:

  • Join with Results staff and other Volunteer Advocates to plan and execute MP meetings during campaigns


Personal development opportunities:

  • Bi-monthly Advocacy Roundtables on Amplify for Advocacy themes and issues

  • Opportunities to contribute to government submissions and represent Results at events and conferences

  • Workshops and information guides to help you build skills in advocacy, communication and campaigning

Community connection:

  • Monthly Advocates newsletter

  • Invitation to join location-based Lead Advocacy Groups

  • Private Advocates Facebook Group

Our Advocates Program is open to individuals aged 18+ living in Australia.

Sign up to join us as a Results Advocate

Advocate Signup
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